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|Directed by||Walter Summers|
|Written by||Walter Summers |
by Patrick MacGill
|Produced by||Walter Summers|
|Cinematography||Theodor Sparkuhl |
|Edited by||Walter Stokvis|
|Music by||Dallas Bower|
|Distributed by||Wardour Films|
Suspense is a 1930 British war film directed by Walter Summers and starring Mickey Brantford, Cyril McLaglen and Jack Raine. The battle effects were created under the supervision of Cliff Richardson at Elstree Studios which was owned by British International Pictures. The film's sets were designed by John Mead. It is an adaptation of the play of the same title by Patrick MacGill.
- Suspense at the British Film Institute. Published: No date given. Retrieved 29 June 2013
- Action! Fifty Years in the Life of a Union. Published: 1983 (UK). Publisher: ACTT. ISBN 0 9508993 0 5. Gunpowder and Smoke - Cliff Richardson p125 "On Walter Summers' film Suspense I was put in charge of battle effects, which were on a fairly large scale."..."Even today I shudder to think of the chances that were taken in making up flash powder..."
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